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A Classic Romantic Score
• Posted by: c.j.   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, June 3, 2004, at 7:35 p.m.
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John Williams' score for Sabrina is an excellent example of the term "mood music". The main theme from Sabrina is so wonderfully and elegantly written, and the piano solos are absolutely fantastic! I like the movie, although I haven't seen the original. John Williams handles the score for the modernized version with a nice touch of romance while still balancing materials from the time the original was made. That's what I like about this score. It's modern, yet in a way it is classical. John Williams is such a genius when it comes to classical (or even mood) music. I admire him for his musical talent and his ability to write such a magnificent score! I stongly recommend it!

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